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  • sister chromatids are joined via this structure to which spindle fibers attach at cell division

    K. 

    kinetochore

    a protein complex associated with mitotic chromosomes that is involved in chromosome condensation

    M. 

    condensin

    a condensed form associated with structural functions such as centromeres or telomeres

    I.

    constituitive heterochromatin

    light staining chromosome region usually associated with gene expression

    J. 

    euchromatin

    the species a virus is capable of infecting

    O. 

    host range

    removed from mature mRNAs

    R. 

    introns

    consisting of DNA and proteins, this is the chromosome attachment point for the spindle fibers

    P. 

    centromeres

    complex of proteins and filaments maintaining chromosome elements in specific locations within the nucleus

    H. 

    nuclear matrix

    maintain length and integrity of eukaryotic chromosome ends

    D. 

    telomere

    DNA elements capable of movement within the genome

    L. 

    transposable element

    interlocked circular molecules following replication

    S. 

    catenanes

    a mutant allele causes a mutant phenotype in only a certain environment (the restrictive condition) but causes a wild-type phenotype in a different environment (the permissive condition)

    A. 

    conditional mutant

    double helical DNA copying

    B. 

    DNA replication

    in reference to the accurate copying of DNA

    F. 

    fidelity

    during replication, the DNA strand whose synthesis is discontinuous

    T. 

    lagging strand

    those nucleotides specifying the start site for DNA synthesis

    E. 

    primase

    a DNA-dependent RNA polymerase

    C. 

    origin of replication

    referring to the error-correcting quality of DNA polymerase

    G. 

    proofreading function

    wherein every new DNA double helix is a hybrid that consisted of one strand of old DNA bound to one strand of newly synthesized DNA

    Q.

    semiconservative model

    elongates eukaryotic telomeres

    N. 

    telomerase

 







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